“Fed Up,” which Couric narrates and co-produced, critiques the “Big Sugar” lobby and government officials who it says are complicit in the nation’s obesity epidemic.
The University of Virginia’s largest classroom building has been transformed – and air-conditioned – after four years of extensive interior renovations.
An online project via the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities promises to transform historical research.
A “Star Party” featuring telescopes, food, apple cider and the night sky is set for Saturday at a cidery in Albemarle County.
Russia’s ambassador to the United States will discuss the countries’ strained relations at U.Va. on Aug. 26. The event is free and open to the public.
The more people who attend your wedding and the fewer relationships you had prior to marriage, the more likely you are to report a high-quality marriage.
At a summer retreat, U.Va. students and a faculty member learned new methods for enhancing the Sustained Dialogue program and building an inclusive community on Grounds.
The U.Va.-developed video tool will be featured at Thursday's Teaching with Technology Fair.
U.Va. is unveiling a new Global Studies major this fall that offers several tracks, including “security and justice” and “environments and sustainability.”
Ph.D. nursing student Rebecca Coffin is researching the health care given in what she calls "incarceration camps," where Japanese-Americans were held during World War II.
Virginia has one of the most economically vulnerable coastlines in the world, and serious planning is under way to protect it from rising seas.
A new online academic journal, founded by a University of Virginia history graduate student, examines the cultural legacy of Bruce Springsteen.
Business is now generating mind-boggling quantities of data. College graduates who can analyze that data and use it to an organization’s advantage are in high demand, say the new center’s organizers.
A University of Virginia undergraduate history major found that, unlike Protestants, American Catholics remained united as a church during the American Civil War, though individual churches supported their combatants.
Rising juniors and seniors tucked six college credits under their belts this summer at U.Va. in a new residential program that gave them a taste of college life alongside undergraduates and star faculty.
With the roles of educational leaders like school principals and superintendents expanding, the revision effort will help improve leadership in the nation’s schools, Curry School professor Michelle Young said.
The causes of diarrhea, the second-leading cause of death in children younger than 5 worldwide, are more complex than previously understood, according to U.Va. medical researchers, whose improved diagnostic testing led to new insights.
Students in two U.Va. summer courses learned civil rights history “on the ground” by visiting sites and reenacting events from that fateful time.
University of Virginia politics lecturer Peter Furia can provide insight into the public reaction and political implications of today’s U.S. airstrikes in northern Iraq.
Patrick Hopkins’ research involves working at the nanoscale level to make materials more energy efficient.